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City already scored. And in a few days, they play Arsenal and may lead the table.
 

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Good. Hope they win all remaining games!
 

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It's the PL parity guys. It's such a well-run league. They distribute the monies equally. There are many great teams and a six-way title race. Except, the same crooks always win. Rube in the mud. Man ¢iteh bankrolls the fucking VAR. PGMOL (the English version of the AIA except it's a separate corporation and not under FIGC like AIA) basically came forward and said VAR forgot to check the offside on the goal against Arsenal. Sheikh dollars at work. Most corrupt league in the world. Let's see if the Parity Boys will relegate the cheating scum or just slap them on the wrist.
 

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This constant whining about EPL ... In the last 10 years you had 5 different winners in the EPL: City (5x), Chelsea (2x), Liverpool, United and Leicester. In the Serie A you had 3: Juventus (8x), Inter and Milan. In the same time 7 different EPL teams had a top 4 finish (8 in Serie A). And the gap between 1st and 2nd place was 8,9 points - 8,6 in Serie A, but there were more seasons in EPL that were decided on the last match day than in Serie A.

You can moan about the scam of City - it's justified. But the variety on the top is the same as in Serie A.
 

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Do the last 3 seasons now :)
 

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So what? And in the years before you had 9 times Juventus. In Germany you'll have 20 times Bayern. And in Spain there are 2,5 teams fighting for the title. And if I'm not wrong: In France your team won 80 % of the last ten seasons.
 

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So what? And in the years before you had 9 times Juventus. In Germany you'll have 20 times Bayern. And in Spain there are 2,5 teams fighting for the title. And if I'm not wrong: In France your team won 80 % of the last ten seasons.

I don't have a team in France lol. I even used to dislike PSG in the 90s.
 

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I don't have a team in France lol. I even used to dislike PSG in the 90s.

I always thought you're a fan of PSG. Didn't you have season tickets`?
 

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Remember how the ref from the Juve - Salernitana game from earlier in the season didn't get a game for a month and then didn't get any games until two weeks ago? How he was banished to Serie B? Similarly how his assistants were "rested"? How Filippo Meli's VAR career was cut short afterwards?

Well the PL ref board announced that they're 'resting' the clowns at VAR who stole points from Arsenal and Brighton for just a week. This league's a sham.
 

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I always thought you're a fan of PSG. Didn't you have season tickets`?

Just once. I was debating getting it for another year but only because I was semi-based in Paris. They're ridiculously priced now and I generally half disliked PSG in the 90s and preferred teams like Monaco and Lyon. Only got my soft spot for them when they started poaching Serie A talents we missed out on in the early 2010s :D

I had an Inter season ticket but then stopped it and I don't see myself even getting a single ticket as long as Suning is around, as much as I miss attending a game at the Meazza. Didn't utilize it as much as I'd like as well, so it'd be a waste of money for me.

But I'd love to have that Rai jersey I rejected back in the 90s :lol:
 

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Arsenal Man City is simply a better matchup than both CL games combined today.
 

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Tottenham takeover: Phoenix Suns part-owner Jahm Najafi to launch $3.75bn bid​


Tottenham Hotspur are set to receive a takeover bid worth $3.75bn from Iranian-American billionaire Jahm Najafi.

Spurs are currently owned by investment company ENIC and chaired by Daniel Levy, who have received criticism from corners of the fanbase long throughout their tenure for a supposed lack of investment.

90min understands there are a number of parties interested in buying Tottenham and there is outside belief ENIC could now be tempted into a sale.

The Financial Times report Najafi is currently building a consortium in order to lodge a bid for the club, and an offer could be tabled to ENIC and Levy in the coming weeks.

They add Najafi values Spurs' equity at roughly $3bn and he would add $750m of debt onto their books. His consortium would contribute 70% of the bid with backers from the Middle East providing the other 30%.

Najafi is a minority owner of the Phoenix Suns NBA franchise. He recently called on previous majority owner Robert Sarver to resign and sell the team amid several allegations of workplace misconduct.

Sarver sold the Suns to an ownership group led by mortgage lender Mat Ishbia, with Najafi remaining one of their minority shareholders.
 

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Bullshit penalty for Arsenal. Not even VAR reviewed.
 
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